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General Session: Humanizing Safety: How to Empower Front-line Workers to Take Safety Personally

Wednesday, November 16th Patrick Nelson photo
10:00 - 11:15 a.m.

During this general session, Patrick Nelson will offer your safety and operational leaders a playbook to make safety personal and a driver of workplace excellence. Patrick’s strategy has resulted in a 57% reduction in the TRIR (Total Recordable Incident Rate) for Fortune 500 organizations. 

Patrick Nelson is an experienced leader who spent nearly seven years in the U.S. Army as a paratrooper and completed three combat deployments leading soldiers. Patrick received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart Medals and was the inaugural NFL-Tillman Military scholar for his service. He has conducted leadership development programs for Fortune 500 companies in various industries and volunteered with the nonprofit Tee It Up for the Troops to raise money for wounded veterans. Patrick received his Bachelor’s in History and Sport Management and Master’s in Sport Management from Minnesota State University and his Master’s in Organizational Development at Pepperdine University.